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Responsible Cost Center on WBS (cj20n - project builder)

Dear All,

We normally put responsible cost center in our each WBS. However, it takes time if we put one by one in each WBS. How can we make that we only need put in first level WBS then all WBS under 1st level will follow the responsible cost center. Please advice.

Many thanks in advance.

Nies

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 04:30 AM

    Hi,

    I think, its not possible to get defaulted from the top level WBS Element, but u can use 'Mass Change' function to acieve desired result.

    T code: CNMASS

    Thanks

    Kishore

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      Hi Kishore,

      I already gave you the full point. I belive you are good in PS. Could you me some advice ?We use project,network and activity. Then we put Investment management to budget and activate availability control. After that normally we create PR/PO under network as well the material planning for reservation. However we found some issues.

      1. There is no availability control to check budget when we create reservation. Is there any config or something that could check our availability control (AVAC) when we create reservation.?

      2. We have issue in our remaining order plan (report S_ALR_87013558). We do not want our remaining goes to remaining order plan. For example : we have PR=10, PO=10, GR=8. Then we force close the PO (marking the delivery completed). The 2 open quantity goes to remaining order plan. How can we make it goes to available budget when we force close? However, we want this remaining order plan to monitor our reservation. In other words, when we create reservation before actual the value goes to remaing order plan in report S_ALR_87013558

      Many thanks in advance.

      Best Regards,

      Nies

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